Delayed Justice

Delayed Justice is the third installment in the Hidden Justice series. It has a different feel from the other novels, but might be the best one yet. While not as suspense driven as the other novels, Delayed Justice dives into Jaime Nichol’s story. Abused as a child, years later Jaime has to come to terms with facing the demons of her past so she can find freedom in her future. She brings charges against her abuser, and the story evolves as Jaime discovers just how crucial faith and friends are in the healing process.

Delayed Justice deals with the ugly side of life by weaving threads of hope throughout. Cara writes deep and rich characters that engage readers on an intimate level. I enjoyed the emotionally-gripping story while watching Jaime transformation from start to finish. With the #MeToo movement in the current headlines, this story is timely and tackles the topic of sexual abuse head on while bringing hope and faith to the forefront. I definitely recommend Delayed Justice.

I received an ebook review copy of this book through NetGalley. All opinions expressed in this review are my own.



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